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Starting Pitcher Age: 41 Exp: 15.080 Years
Drafted: Round 1 (#15 overall), 1993 Agent(s): Bob Lamonte
Player Status: Retired
  • Current Contract

    Chris Carpenter signed a 2 year / $21,000,000 contract with the St. Louis Cardinals, including an annual average salary of $10,500,000. In , Carpenter will earn a base salary of , a signing bonus of , a roster bonus of , a signing bonus of , a restructure bonus of , a workout bonus of and a incentive bonus of . Carpenter has a cap hit of while his dead money value is .

    Contract: 2 yr(s) / $21,000,000
    Signing Bonus -
    Average Salary $10,500,000
    Free Agent: 2014 / UFA
    Year   Age Status Base Salary Total Salary
    2012 Contract details by year 37 $8,500,000 $8,500,000
    2013 Contract details by year 38 $12,500,000 $12,500,000
    Sources: MLB contract specifics generally collected from Baseball Prospectus & Rotoworld.

    Previous Contracts

    2007-2012

    Contract: 5 yr(s) / $63,500,000
    Signing Bonus -
    Average Salary $12,700,000
    Free Agent: 2013 / UFA
    Year   Age Base Salary Total Salary
    2007 Contract details by year 32 $8,500,000 $8,500,000
    2008 Contract details by year 33 $10,500,000 $10,500,000
    2009 Contract details by year 34 $14,000,000 $14,000,000
    2010 Contract details by year 35 $14,500,000 $14,500,000
    2011 Contract details by year 36 $15,000,000 $15,000,000
    2012 Contract details by year 37 $15,000,000 $15,000,000
    • 2012 option includes a $1 million buyout
    • $250k for Cy Young
    • $50k for All-Star selection, MVP, Gold Glove, LDS MVP, LCS MVP, WS MVP
    • signed extension with St. Louis 9/11, replacing 2012 option year of this deal

     

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  • Estimated Career Earnings

    Year Team Salary Signing Bonus Incentive Total Cash
    1998 Player Cash Earnings $190,000 - - $190,000
    1999 Player Cash Earnings $400,000 - - $400,000
    2000 Player Cash Earnings $650,000 - - $650,000
    2001 Player Cash Earnings $2,500,000 - - $2,500,000
    2002 Player Cash Earnings $3,450,000 - - $3,450,000
    2003 Player Cash Earnings $300,000 - - $300,000
    2004 Player Cash Earnings $2,000,000 - - $2,000,000
    2004 Player Cash Earnings $300,000 - - $300,000
    2005 Player Cash Earnings $2,000,000 - - $2,000,000
    2006 Player Cash Earnings $5,000,000 - - $5,000,000
    2007 Player Cash Earnings $8,500,000 - - $8,500,000
    2008 Player Cash Earnings $10,500,000 - - $10,500,000
    2009 Player Cash Earnings $14,000,000 - - $14,000,000
    2010 Player Cash Earnings $14,500,000 - - $14,500,000
    2011 Player Cash Earnings $15,000,000 - - $15,000,000
    2012 Player Cash Earnings $8,500,000 - - $8,500,000
    2013 Player Cash Earnings $12,500,000 - - $12,500,000
    Est. Earnings (16 seasons) $100,290,000 - - $100,290,000
    * denotes deferred payment
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  • Calculated Market Value

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    • MLB Rank: 0

    Current Contract

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    • MLB Rank: 0

    Comparable Players

    We've selected the following players based on their age, contract status, and statistical production to compare Chris Carpenter to.

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    Base Calculated Value

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    Statistical Comparisons

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    Chris Carpenter's Calculated Market Value

    After applying our Prime % figures into our base calculated value, we're given two values. The average of these values becomes our current calculated market value.

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